|Pacifica collage / produced by Terry Hodel.|
A collage of highlights and historical moments from Pacifica's radio programming, demonstrating the difference between public and commercial radio, and promoting the need to support a free speech alternative. Broadcast on KPFK.
|Pacifica Foundation / Pacifica Radio Archives - Audio CD Sample - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Audio CD Sample
Keywords: Audio; Sample
|Pacifica reports on the Poor People's March - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Article: Poor people's march / produced by Ellen Kohn. Recorded: Washington, D.C. Description: Report on the march and demonstration in Washington, D.C. (40 min). BB1724 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: march; washington; king; poor; demonstration; pacifica
|Pacifica's coverage of policy concerning homosexuality in the armed forces: day 3 (part 1 of 3)|
Pacifica Radio's live coverage of Day 3 the United States Senate Armed Services Committee's hearings on military policies concerning gay and lesbian service in the armed forces, hosted by producer Junette Pinkney and journalist and radio host Bert Wylen. The focus on Day 3's hearings is on other countries' experience with integrating openly gay men and women into their armed forces. Tom Stoddard, executive director of Campaign for Military Service, recaps the first two days of hearings...
|Pacifica's coverage of policy concerning homosexuality in the armed forces: day 3 (part 2 of 3)|
Part two of Pacifica Radio's coverage of the United States Senate Armed Forces Committee's hearings concerning openly gay and lesbian servicemembers in the US military. Witnesses include Dr. David Segal, Dr. Judith Stiehm, Dr. Charles Moskos and Lieutenant General Calvin A.H. Waller (Ret.). Senators who speak include Sen. J. James Exon (D-NE), Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-SC), Sen. Sam Nunn (D-GA), Sen. John Warner (R-VA), Sen...
|Pacifica's coverage of policy concerning homosexuality in the armed forces: day 3 (part 3 of 3)|
The third and final part of Pacifica Radio's live coverage of Day 3 of the United States Senate Armed Services Committee's hearings on military policies concerning gay and lesbian service in the armed forces. Witnesses include Dr. David Segal, Dr. Charles Moskos, Dr. Judith Stiehm, and Lt. General Calvin A.H. Waller. Junette Pinkney and Bert Wyler offer a recap of the day's proceedings at the end of the recording...
|Palestinian and Jewish women in dialogue: women speak out against occupation (Part 1 of 2)|
Highlights from the Southern California Palestinian and Jewish Women in Dialogue conference, Women Speak Out Against Occupation, held February 21, 1988 in Los Angeles. Produced by Lucia Chappelle.
|Palestinian and Jewish women in dialogue: women speak out against occupation (Part 2 of 2)|
Highlights from the Southern California Palestinian and Jewish Women in Dialogue conference, Women Speak Out Against Occupation, held February 21, 1988 in Los Angeles. Question and answer session with speakers Nadia Said[sp?] Bettendorf, Nava Sonnenschein, and Angela Odeh. Produced by Lucia Chappelle.
|Panel discussion on San Francisco freeway controversy - [KPFA]|
Description: Fred Martin, Urban Affairs representative of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce; C.F. 'Cliff' Green, Deputy District Engineer, California State Division of Highways; O.W. Willard, representative of Macy's of San Francisco and member of the San Francisco Planning Commission; Kenneth Rexroth, literary critic and writer; Terry Francois, San Francisco Supervisor; and Morton Rader, architect and President of the Telegraph Hill Dwellers Association, debate the pros and cons about furth...
Keywords: californialightandsound; City planning; Government spending policy--California--San Francisco; Martin, Fred; Willards, O.W; Rexroth, Kenneth; Francois, Terry; Rader, Morton
|Part five: breaking the blacklist|
Panel discusses how previously blacklisted Hollywood entertainment professional eventually went back to work. Panel includes Fred Rinaldo, Chris Trumbo, Bruce Cook, and Buddy Tyne. Panel presented as part of the Retrospective on the Blacklist Period at the Los Feliz theater in Los Angeles likely on June 5, 1977 along with a screening of "The Defiant Ones" (1958).
|Part four: the blacklist black market and expatriate experience|
Panel discussion of Blacklisted writers and their works in exile including Chris Trumbo, Ben Barzman, Michael Butler, and John Bright. Panel presented as part of the Retrospective on the Blacklist Period at the Los Feliz theater in Los Angeles, likely on May 29, 1977 along with a screening of "The Brave One" (1956).
|Part one: the second generation of the Hollywood blacklist|
Children of several of Hollywood's blacklisted entertainment professionals discuss their families' experiences and the effects of their parents being blacklisted. Hosted by Larry Ceplair. Panel includes Stephen Carnovsky, Emily Corey, Dan Bessie, Becca Wilson, Chris Trumbo, and Tom Levitt. Recorded at the Los Feliz theater in Los Angeles. Broadcast on KPFK, ca. Apr. 26, 1977. Panel presented as part of the Retrospective on the Blacklist Period at the Los Feliz theater in Los Angeles, likely on A...
|Part three: panel discusses labor activism and the Hollywood blacklisting|
Panel including screenwriter Millard Lampell, trade union and political activist Dorothy Healey, and Paul Perlin discusses labor activism and blacklisting in Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s. Panel presented as part of the Retrospective on the Blacklist Period at the Los Feliz theater in Los Angeles, April through June, 1977.
|Part two: Hollywood's Eden-before the red-baiting|
Panel discussion of the events leading up to and including the blacklisting of several Hollywood entertainment professionals in the 1940s. Panel includes Abraham Polonsky (labor organizer, writer, and filmmaker), Edward Biberman (artist and anti-fascism activist), Sam Brody (Film and Photo League), and Emil Freed (Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research). Panel presented as part of the Retrospective on the Blacklist Period at the Los Feliz theater in Los Angeles, likely on Ma...
|Patricia Nell Warren interviewed by Josy Catoggio|
Patricia Nell Warren, novelist & author of "The Front Runner," "Fancy Dancer," "One is the Sun," and "Harlan's Race" is interviewed by Josy Catoggio of Feminist Magazine on her books, her life & the Eagles school program for gay youth.
|Personal Computer Show: Interviews with Bill Gates and Steve Fried|
Ross Greenberg and Dave Bernstein interview Steve Fried of Microway, which is Intel's 5th largest customer for all their microcomputer components. Hank Kee interviews Bill Gates of Microsoft. He shares his views of yesterday, today, and tomorrow in personal computing. The interview was recorded in the patio of a hotel so the sound quality varies.
|Pete Seeger Marathon II WBAI 1969-05-10|
WBAI's raises funds by having a Pete Seeger marathon. Seeger performs several songs which include "Waist Deep in the Big Muddy", "Tomorrow is a Highway", "God Bless the Grass", Woody Guthrie's "Put Your Finger in the Air", 'Seek and You Shall Find", and several more. He weaves various stories throughout his performance.
|Philip Agee speaks about his experiences working for the CIA|
Philip Agee speaks about his experiences as a CIA agent in the 1960s, predominantly in South America.
|Philip Agee speech on Cuba|
Philip Agee (1935-2008) was a CIA case officer and writer. Agee is well-known for his book "Inside the Company : CIA Diary". He speaks on Cuban solidarity.
|Poetry and politics / Jack Spicer|
Jack Spicer lectures on poetry and politics at the Berkeley Poetry Conference at the University of California, Berkeley on July 4, 1965. Spicer discusses the exploitation of young poets, the efficacy of political poetry, and ruminates on both Vietnam and the Free Speech Movement, followed by questions from the audience. Spicer is introduced by Thomas Parkinson.A complete transcript of this talk is available in Peter Gizzi, ed., The house that Jack built: the collected lectures of Jack Spicer (Mi...
|Polaris into plowshares - Thompson, Elsa Knight|
Note: Content begins at 00:00:56Description: Reports on a demonstration at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard in Vallejo, California. Burton White and Alex Hoffman cover events at Vallejo, the conclusion of a 600 mile peace march organized by CNVA (Committee for Non-Violent Action) West. Twelve protesters declare their intention to go onto the base and talk with shipyard workers. The program contains actuality of the resulting rally, where the protesters talk about the arms race, communism, and the ...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Protests, demonstrations, vigils--Mare Island; Anti-nuclear movement; Thompson, Elsa Knight
|Police fire on Black Panther headquarters|
KPFA's Colin Edwards reports on the police attack on the Black Panther Party headquarters on Grove Street in Oakland on September 10, 1968. Edwards interviews Eldridge Cleaver, Minister of Information for the Black Panthers; Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party; Alex Hoffmann, defense attorney for the Black Panthers; Cecil Johnson, an eyewitness to the shooting; and Charles Garry, Huey Newton's defense attorney...
|Poor People's Campaign for WBAI produced by Arthur Alexander. - Pacifica Radio Archives|
POOR PEOPLE'S CAMPAIGN produced by Arthur Alexander. Documentary on the poor's efforts to influence government actions by creating Resurrection City in Washington D.C. Includes songs, speeches and interviews in the City. RECORDED: Washington, D.C. BROADCAST: WBAI, 21 June 1968. (59 min.) BB3128 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: pacifica; demonstration; poor; washington; resurrection; wbai
|Poor People's March - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Poor people's march - produced by Ellen Kohn. Documentary on the Poor People's March on Washington, D.C. BROADCAST: WBAI, 29 May 1968. (42 min.) BB3191 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: march; washington; king; poor; demonstration; pacifica; kohn
|PPS sampler / produced by Tim McGovern, Judi Gaughn Levin and Daniel Gonzales.|
This is a special recording that has been made inside and outside the supervisor's chamber in San Francisco City Hall where the house subcommittee is in session. The recordings are excerpts of events of the 1970s which include Black Panthers, Robert Kennedy's assassination, Attica prison riot, Wounded Knee, South Africa, and genetic engineering. Other speakers include George Carlin, Dr. Sol Gordon, and Fran Lee.
|Progressive architecture : Christopher Alexander / interviewed by Greg Saatkamp (part 1 of 2)|
Christopher Alexander, a world-renowned progressive architect, discusses the directions of contemporary design at his home in Berkeley. His talk discusses the need for architects to take into consideration the needs of the people for whom they are building. Alexander believes that wholeness and beauty are not vague notions and that buildings should be relevant to their cultural as well as physical landscape...
|Progressive architecture : Christopher Alexander / interviewed by Greg Saatkamp (part 2 of 2)|
Christopher Alexander, a world-renowned progressive architect, discusses the directions of contemporary design. In the second half of this program he elaborates on his conception of wholeness. Alexander argues against people conceptualizing themselves as being "mechanisms" inside of a larger sphere. There are objective differences between "good buildings" and "bad buildings" contrary to what architects have been taught...
|PZ0595a A Passel of Pomp and A Circus of Circumstance DISC ONE - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Award-winning journalist, best-selling author and host of Democracy Now! Amy Goodman narrates this documentary, which spans more than 65 years of coverage and chronicles milestones in American political history. From the formal speeches of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1936, to the battles inside and outside the Chicago 1968 convention and the radical sounds of Rage Against the Machine in the streets of Los Angeles in 2000, the documentary showcases the Pacifica Network's progressive reporting at its...
Keywords: Pacifica Radio Archives; Political Conventions
|PZ0624b Radical Comedians Box Set DISC TWO - Pacifica Radio Archives|
A) An interview with George Carlin. Produced by Larry Bendky for "The Living Room" in 1997. B) Richard Pryor on Attica. A Compilation of Pryor's poetry and comments made during the Attica prison rebellion. Produced by Alan Farley in 1972. 78 minutes.
Keywords: Richard Pryor; George Carlin; comedians; progressive comedians; Alan Farley; Larry Bensky; The Living Room